|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from King Henry VI by William Shakespeare:
Fond man, remember that thou hast a wife;
Then how can Margaret be thy paramour?
I were best leave him, for he will not hear.
There all is marr'd; there lies a cooling card.
He talks at random; sure, the man is mad.
And yet a dispensation may be had.
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Father Damien by Robert Louis Stevenson:
philanthropist. The simple truth is, he was a coarse, dirty man,
headstrong and bigoted. He was not sent to Molokai, but went there
without orders; did not stay at the leper settlement (before he
became one himself), but circulated freely over the whole island
(less than half the island is devoted to the lepers), and he came
often to Honolulu. He had no hand in the reforms and improvements
inaugurated, which were the work of our Board of Health, as
occasion required and means were provided. He was not a pure man
in his relations with women, and the leprosy of which he died
should be attributed to his vices and carelessness. Other have
done much for the lepers, our own ministers, the government
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from King James Bible:
after seven days from time to time with them.
CH1 9:26 For these Levites, the four chief porters, were in their set
office, and were over the chambers and treasuries of the house of God.
CH1 9:27 And they lodged round about the house of God, because the
charge was upon them, and the opening thereof every morning pertained to
CH1 9:28 And certain of them had the charge of the ministering vessels,
that they should bring them in and out by tale.
CH1 9:29 Some of them also were appointed to oversee the vessels, and
all the instruments of the sanctuary, and the fine flour, and the wine,
and the oil, and the frankincense, and the spices.
King James Bible